Learning Formats Overview


Our students come from a variety of backgrounds, vocations and geographical locations. Some of our students have just finished their undergraduate bachelor's degrees. Many students in our program have full-time jobs, run ministries and have families. In order to accommodate our students’ busy schedules, we offer a variety of learning formats, including online and on campus options. Whether you are studying on campus or across the country, the degree requirements remain the same at 39 credits.

Please note that the Master of Arts (Science and Religion) program is only available in a distance program format, but there are a number of courses that can be taken on campus.

Distance Learning Format

We offer premier academic training to Christians worldwide in a flexible format, which includes a combination of fully distance classes and hybrid residency classes.

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On-Campus Learning Format

The Master of Arts (Science and Religion) program is only available in a distance program format. The Master of Arts (Christian Apologetics) is available in a "traditional" on-campus format.

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